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Shots Fired At Prince George's Co. Police Officer After Home Invasion
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. (WUSA) -- Shortly after 11 a.m., Prince George's County Police answered a call for a home invasion in the 4900 block of 56th Avenue.

Police say suspects armed with at least one weapon entered a home and demanded money. Police say shots were fired, but no one was hit. 

About an hour later, an officer tried to pull over the suspect's black SUV. Deputy Police Chief Kevin Davis says the officer did not know the vehicle was involved in the robbery.

Davis says when vehicle stopped, two suspects rolled down the back windows and opened fire. The officer was not injured.

Davis says police located the black SUV a few blocks inside the District, but the suspects are still on the loose.

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